This basilica is so lovely. It was busy when we went. A lot to look at. Information situated around. There were some chairs to sit on . The walls are amazing. Love the hole in roof which lets light in( glass covers the hole)
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So last month, when visiting Rome with my son, we decided on a "free day" to take a wander to the Pantheon. It was about a 30-minute walk from our hotel and we were delighted to take our time, discovering so many other Roman architectural...More
When we arrived there was a long queue. However it was very fast moving and we were quickly inside. Most visitors only spend a few minutes here but it is def worth a visit.
When asked what my personal highlight of our trip was, the Pantheon goes to the top of the list! Amazing art and architecture!
This is the easiest big site to see in Rome. The best preserved temple built by an iconic figure of History. It is the only opportunity you will have to get a sense of what these monuments looked like during the days they were first...More
you have to queue for this one, but it moves briskly. The biggest man made dome in the world! I loved the fact that the top section was open to the elements to retain its link to nature. a good reminder that more than one...More
Great building, we didnt know we could go in, wich was an experience in it self, with a choir singing inside. This building must be eperienced at night in on of the next door restaurants, with a glass of wine, how amazing. Went there every...More
This is one of the best preserved of all Ancient Roman buildings: a former Roman temple that found different uses through the ages and is now a church. Famous people are buried here including the painter Raphael. Some important features are its 16 Corinthian columns...More
We have visited the Pantheon a few times when we are in Rome. It is a must see however the lines can be fairly long at times.